How can I put the songs from my Windows Media Player to my iPod?
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How can I put the songs from my Windows Media Player to my iPod?



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  • Mulder

    In iTunes for Windows, you can convert your unprotected WMA files to AAC
    files (or whatever file format is chosen in the Importing pane of
    iTunes Preferences) without changing the original WMA file. Simply drag
    the WMA files into your library in iTunes and iTunes does the grunt
    work, converting them for you. Windows Media Player 9 or later must be
    installed to convert unprotected WMA files. Protected WMA files cannot
    be converted.

    If you want to convert protected WMA files, there's really only one way to do it, which you can read here: http://forum.dbpoweramp.com/showthread.php?t=7422

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